What is an ASB Case Review (Community Trigger)?
An ASB Case Review (also formerly known as a Community Trigger) is an important safety net for victims and communities experiencing ASB to request a review of their ASB case and to bring agencies together to find a solution for the victim(s).’
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) covers a lot of different types of behaviour and can affect people in many different ways.
The ASB Case Review covers behaviour causing or likely to cause nuisance, annoyance, harassment, alarm or distress to any member of the public or which may have a detrimental effect on someone’s quality of life.
If a victim is unsatisfied with the response they have received from the relevant agencies, and they meet the threshold, an ASB Case Review can be activated.
In Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, ASB Case Review activations across all of the 6 Local Authorities are coordinated by the Northumbria Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner who will:
- Acknowledge receipt of your ASB Case Review request
- Contact you to discuss your case and obtain further information
- Liaise with the relevant Community Safety Partnerships
- Share information with agencies who are responsible for managing anti-social behaviour
- Record and publish relevant data relating to ASB Case Review activations
In Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, the threshold to activate an ASB Case Review is:
- At least three qualifying complaints have been made about anti-social behaviour in the past 6 months and/or;
- The victim(s) of ASB are considered to be ‘high risk’
How to activate an ASB Case Review
If you meet the threshold for the Community Trigger you can contact us to raise a request in the following ways:
By Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
By Phone: 0191 221 9800
ASB Case Review Activation
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
Balliol Business Park
Newcastle upon Tyne
Please note: information is available in other languages upon request.
Where can I get victim support?
There is a legal requirement under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 for relevant bodies to publish ASB Case Review information. This is detailed below:
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This information will be published annually on this page. For data relating to ASB Case Review activations in your area prior to July 2022, please see the following links to your relevant Council: